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"I am delighted to see the students that are interested in this important pathway into the study of the humanities, and we will continue to do our best to support it," said Arts and Humanities Dean Diana Sorensen. Students crowded into Fong Auditorium on Thursday morning to attend the first lecture of Humanities 10a: A Humanities Colloquium: From Homer to Descartes.
“Waitress," running at the American Repertory Theater until Sept. 27th, employs the experience of director Diane Paulus and score composer Sara Bareilles to surpass its sugar-sweet coating and deliver a message of surprising depth.
Making art was my way of moving through grief.… I continually engage with various art forms in the book because that’s how I know that I’m alive, and that’s what I care to live on.
Kalfus is at his best when he isn't trying too hard to be innovative, when he embraces the oddities that give his stories their spark without forgetting the need for character development and a sense of closure.
In our continuing coverage of Cannes, Tianxing Lan reviews Guillaume Nicloux's disappointing would-be mystical road trip film, "Valley of Love."
In our continuing coverage of Cannes, Tianxing Lan reviews Mark Osborne's lackluster rendition of Saint-Exupéry’s "Le Petit Prince" (English "The Little Prince").
The Pixies brought Boston Calling to a powerful close, and artists like The Avett Brothers, alt-j, and Alabama Shakes will pick up the gauntlet this coming September.
In our continuing coverage of Cannes, Alan Xie reviews Justin Kurzel's new adaptation of Shakespeare's immortal "Macbeth."
In our continuing coverage of Cannes, Tianxing Lan reviews Paolo Sorrentino's "Youth," a touching examination of old age. Unfortunately, "Youth" does not quite live up to Sorrentino's last film, "The Great Beauty."